Our Partners

The Center for California Real Estate currently has partnership arrangements with the following academic institutions:

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Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley

The Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the University of California, Berkeley is a collaboration between the College of Environmental Design (CED) and the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics at the Haas School of Business. The Terner Center leverages applied research and best practices to inform and advance innovation in the planning, financing, design and development of the built environment.

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University of California Center Sacramento

UCCS seeks to foster public-policy research in the University of California system. In collaboration with partners in academia, government and philanthropy, UCCS serves as a system-wide resource, focused on issues of importance to the state and nation and based on collaborating networks of scholars drawn from the entire UC system.

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Pepperdine School of Public Policy

The mission of the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership is to help build stronger communities in California by promoting public participation in local governance. The Davenport Institute works with local governments, non-profit organizations, and residents to both promote and support constructive and broad-based civic involvement in decisions that affect people where they live and work.

The Center for California Real Estate has a proud history of partnering with some of California's leading institutions, including:

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UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate

The Ziman Center has three overarching characteristics: It is firmly grounded in the research and teaching missions of UCLA Anderson, UCLA School of Law, and UCLA as a whole; it draws upon faculty and departments throughout UCLA, including management, economics, law, public policy, urban planning, engineering, architecture, and geography to fulfill its goals; and it is tightly coupled with the real estate community it was established to serve.

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UCLA Anderson Forecast

For more than 60 years, the UCLA Anderson Forecast has provided forecasts for the economies of California and the United States. The UCLA Anderson Forecast for California is the most widely followed and oft-cited in the state and was unique in predicting both the seriousness of the early-1990s downturn, and the strength of the state economy’s rebound since 1993.

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UC Berkeley Fisher Center for Real Estate

The mission of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics (FCREUE) is to educate students and real estate professionals and to support and conduct research on real estate, urban economics, the California economy, land use, and public policy. Critical to the success of the center’s efforts is its partnership with its Policy Advisory Board (PAB).

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USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

Affiliated with both USC Price and the USC Marshall School of Business, the Lusk Center conducts a broad array of research activities, conferences, forums, publishing, and educational programs. Established in the early 1980s with an endowment from a major Southern California residential developer, the center helps prepare future leaders in the field.

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UC Irvine Center for Real Estate

The Center for Real Estate at The Paul Merage School of Business is an integral and indispensable component of the program in Real Estate and Urban Development at the University of California, Irvine. The Center has three primary missions: Student education, academic research, and professional outreach.

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Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE)

SPIRE seeks to build upon the real estate tradition at Stanford and to provide a platform for continued excellence in real estate. The three pillars of SPIRE are professional networking, student outreach, and educational program development.

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Milken Institute

A nonprofit, nonpartisan think-tank, the Milken Institute believes in the power of capital markets to solve urgent social and economic challenges and improve lives. To build a foundation of rigorous, independent research, the Institute has assembled a respected team of economists, industry experts, and scholars to analyze the issues and choices facing policymakers.


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